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Vaginal candisis. Prescribed FAZ3 kit, diarrhoea, black stools, anal fissure. Suggestions?

Hi, I m suffering form vaginal Candisis and doctor had prescribed me for FAZ3 kit but i took only one white tablet after the dinner and took another white after 2 hours.. does it make any difference. after taking pink tablet i had diarrhea with the black blood stools and it stopped in the night I m felling tired and also Im suffering from anal fissure . Please advise as I m scared Thank you
Asked On : Sat, 27 Oct 2012
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The dosage of tables you have taken isn't have any problem. its alright as it will have the same effect as taking both together. the bloody stools you might be having due to anal fissure. the treatment of anal fissure is manual digital dilatation with placement of anal pack for 24 hours. a surgical procedure carried out either general or spinal anesthesia.

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